Celebrity Golf Invitational
Monday, July 21, 2014
Diablo Country Club

The Summit Bank Foundation's Annual Celebrity Golf Invitational is a day-long golf extravaganza featuring several local celebrities and sports stars.

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Red & White Ball
December 6, 2014

Join us for a formal evening kicking off the Holidays mingling with friends, celebrities and TV personalities. 

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News Release

16th Annual Celebrity Golf Invitational on Course for Another Successful Fundraiser on July 21, 2014. 

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Since its founding in 1998, Summit Bank Foundation has been dedicated to promoting volunteerism and corporate support for non-profits in the Bay Area area.

In recent years, the Foundation has aligned its focus to areas vital to our area - education and health. The Foundation has been active in education, first by promoting Grade Specific curriculums in Financial Literacy for K-12 students through the Newspapers in Education program.

The Foundation later shifted to providing Oakland high school students the financial support they need to continue their education.

To date, the College Scholarship Program supports five funds which provide 11 scholarships to students each year.

Going forward, we are looking to the health area and will be establishing specific Cancer Research Funds for doctors at Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Research Center.

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Summit Bank Foundation is focused on financial literacy in our public schools. We encourage small and medium sized businesses to follow our lead in caring for our community. The foundation produces and sponsors a program called the ABCs of Financial Literacy and provides comprehensive curriculum guides, lesson plans and weekly sets of newspapers at no cost to educators. In 2005, our financial literacy program was taught in 425 elementary, junior high and high school classrooms, reaching approximately 25,000 students throughout the Bay Area!